Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: East tn
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I'll fill you in. Mine was at 674hp with 205/100's and a s364/s475 combo. Plus, the suncoast tranny, gogo intake, outlaw headers, banks ic, etc...
I done everything myself except build the tranny, stud job, and head work and had around 14k in it. I chunked #7 rod out the block and did a 24v cr swap, that added about 3k on top of that as I sold my engine and tranny as a takeout and done all the work on the cummins myself and repurposed the ADII and s364. I haven't went down the track but this engine dynoed 716hp. Doing the math, it comes to $23.50 per hp. that's not counting the axles, suspension.
But, it is cheaper to just go huge the first time and skip the buying and losing you A$$ on reselling smaller stuff. So if that's what you really want, by all means go for it, talk to MPD, Cutting-Edge-Diesel, they can get you a detailed parts list, but be prepared to cry when you see the totals. then add labor as alot of things need fabbed up to work.
05 f250 ( double your pleasure ) underway
'10 f250 ccsb 4x4, project super mom 366/515 compounds, 200hp sticks, and all the other goodies
Most importantly, the car seat mod